Nallatech introduced the 385 and 395 accelerator cards. The new PCIe cards feature Altera Stratix V FPGAs. Nallatech’s accelerator cards are also qualified by leading vendors’ high density server and blade platforms and are ready for deployment with pre-integrated software and IP. The FPGA-based cards are ideal for financial applications such as high frequency trading, derivative pricing, and risk management. The 385 and 395 accelerator cards are available now.
Nallatech introduced the 395 FPGA accelerator card for data-intensive network and co-processing applications. The new Nallatech 395 card is aimed at latency-critical and co-processing applications that can utilize the largest FPGA devices and highest memory bandwidth. The 395 FPGA accelerator card is ideal for signals intelligence, network security and algorithm acceleration applications. The company has delivered first prototypes of the 395. Production units will be available next quarter.
Nallatech introduced their PCIe-287N FPGA network processing card. The network accelerator card features two Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA devices. It is the industry’s first 7 Series FPGA network processing card. The Nallatech PCIe-287N FPGA network processing card is shipping now. The board is ideal for real-time network filtering, cyber security, high frequency trading and algorithm acceleration applications.
Nallatech introduced the PCIe-385N FPGA network processing card. The Nallatech PCIe-385N features an Altera Stratix V FPGA, 16 GBytes of DDR3 SDRAM, a PCIe Gen 3 x8 host interface, and dual SFP+ ports. The PCIe-385N FPGA computing card will be available in the third quarter. The Nallatech PCIe-385N card is ideal for network security, algorithm acceleration and signals intelligence applications.
Nallatech introduced their PCIe-287N network processing card. The PCIe-287N features two user-accessible Kintex-7 FPGA devices directly coupled to four SFP+ ports. Each FPGA utilizes multiple independent banks of high-bandwidth, QDR-II+ SRAM and DDR3 SDRAM to support random access and deep storage. A third, dedicated FPGA facilitates an 8-lane, PCIe Gen 2, host interface supporting sustained bandwidths up to 5GBytes/sec.